Kiowa Gordon, Chaske Spencer, Bronson Pelletier end the year rating #56 in Hollywood of all celebrities for 2009.
A creation of Stephenie Meyer and discovered by the brilliant eye of casting agent, Renee Haines for Summit Entertainment, these lads added to the overall star power of Twilight’s New Moon and the rise of two superstars Taylor Lautner and Alex Meraz this year, to earn their own place in their own right in Hollywood cinematic history.
Congratulations to Alex Meraz, Kiowa Gordon, Chaske Spencer, Taylor Lautner and Bronson Pelletier for helping bring in $437.7 million dollars at the worldwide box office over two weekends with New Moon. Ferosh!
Native American Indian actors are hot and back in full force in mainstream cinematic movie texts for 2010 and beyond. For helping rewrite Hollywood history concerning Native Americans cinematic representations… well done!
[Image courtesy of OMG]
~Posted by Horiwood.Com, Hollywood California USA. 11.29.09
A Wolf in Sheeps clothing–is a term taken from old English folklore, of people who pretend to be friends while leading others to the slaughter. It is the nature of a wolf to always befriend young sheep, while offering their ‘expert advice.’ Young people in Hollywood need to be smart to navigate their way through Hollywood life.
In Hollywood, a young star’s only guarantee to make it, is to follow their own star.
Five actors who have this year are the Native American Indian actors, Taylor Lautner, Chaske Spencer, Kiowa Gordon, Bronson Pelletier and Alex Meraz for playing wolf pack lads in break out roles in 2009 and 2010. Go fellahs! Looking good.
These boys know that author, Stephenie Meyer, is their main Hollywood friend. After that, their indigenous tribal members are. All lads have been performing at Pow Wows and Native American Indian theater companies long before they rose to fame this year. Such a good Hollywood success story today. These lads inspire!
Indeed, as this Twilight New Moon poster says: The Next Chapter begins. :)